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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

Ihe opinion seems tn gnin gronnd thnt Mr. Clay will go into (he United Slnles Senate ngnin. | Th,- dinner to he given to Mr. Websler at PhilaIdeiphia, is definitely fixed for Wednesday, tho 2d . of December. Dr. Jackson, tlie ideologist, snys that Maine ban resources of iron " equal to any country in the world."

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A CHAPTER FOR PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

A CHAPTER FOR PARENTS. M How foilunate Mr. is, in his children ! — *" What fine young men his sons are ! I would give half my property for ihe hope that my boys would '• ever bu us correct iv their conduct, intelligent in - their conversation, und gentlerualily in their man- *-' nets. Dot (hey don't appear to have a taste for 'I uny thing refined, or improving ; aud 1 fear, often (; spend iheir evenings in low company." Such is the language wo frequently hear, from n persons who seem to consider their children's good >f or ill conduct us direct a gift or infliction from t- heaven, us v bright sky und balmy uir, or a destroying whirlwind, e It is true lhat the former will 101neti11.es mature - the neglected pruductious of the earlh ; and the s hitter spread devastation over tlie most carefully 1 [flamed and tended fields ; yet we do not speak iv - general terms of the fruit of the haibandui-ii's toil c as good or ill fortune. The common course of nature may occasionally - ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

The Water Works.—The Water Committee perambulated the line of tho water works on Wednesday, aud the result of il, wo find in the Transcript : Ninety days have not yet transpired since ihe 1 first earth was removed, and yesterday it wua found lhat almost tho whole line of the work hud been excavated to within a few feet of the foundation fur ihe brick conduit, from the Lake to West Needham, a distance of 5_ miles. In addition to ' this, all the other sections from Needham lo Brookline have been placed under contract, except No. 7, the pipe section, where iho work crosses Charles River. On this part of tho work great progress haa been made. From thu outlet tv Needham, which Ihe Committee walked over, the cut varies from 6 to 40 feet, and is from 10 to 45 feet iv width. The soil over ihe line is quite various in ils charucter, hut no rock, except in one pbicc, which was found about 12 feet from the 1 surface, in one of the deep cuts, nnd one or two boulders of loose rock, nol at all fo...

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THE TEMPERANCE CHAMPION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

THE TEMPERANCE CHAMPION Mr. Gouuii appeared on Wednesday evening, for the 103 d lime, before a lloelou audience, to advocate the cause of Temperance. He seems to have that genuine, native eloquence, which never grows old or uninteresting. Rescued, ns he iuys, hy an arm pf Infinite love, from an enemy that has slain its thousands, he is chiefly unxious lhat gene-rous-hearted youlh should bit uwiire of ill debusing and soul-dcalruying power, und combine foi its extermination. He had wished, ho said, to hear something against this cause, if thero was tiny friend of tho liquor traffic ready lo defend the business, as useful and honorable. He would invite thirty such to choose each v lawyer, lo lake ono side of the platform, iv Faiieuil Hull, and he would stand uguinsl the thirty on the olher side, uud have tho merits of the questiun settled by fair argument. He hud been accused of trying to prejudice the community against respectable men, doing v respectable business. He did not wish to...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

Accident, and Amputation. —On Thurs- ' day afternoon a young Irish girl, nbnut sixteen ' yenrs of nge, took the cars nf the Eastern Railroad at Lynn, for the purpose of proceeding to Ipswich. Upon arriving al 'ha Wenham Depot, she left the , cars, supposing she had reached her place of destination, and did nol di.*c..\er her mistake until i the train was starting, when she endeavored lo j step on hoard ngnin; Imil, falling, the cars pissed over one of her arms, tnnngliii_ it so llml utnputn- j (ion was necessary. The operation was performed hy Dr. Peirson, of litis cilv, accompanied hy Dr. Fi«k, who administered to ihe sufferer, with perfect success, iho new prcpnralinn hilelv mnde known hy Dr. Charles T. Jackson nnd Dr. Morton, Dentist, of Hnston, the inhalation of which produces insensibility to the pain of surgical operalions. The unconsciousness nf the girl continued undisturbed until near the close of the dressing, when she simply inquind wh.it lliey were doing;! bul, wilh anot...

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LATER FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

LATER FROM THE ARMY. The Edith, al New Orleans, brought new. from Monterey to the 29th Oct. Captain Ridgely wss buried on the 28th. There wa. a report that Santa Anna, with 12,000 men and 37 General., w „« al San I.vis Poto.i, and another lhal Busturo te n _ hud gone to intercept General Wool. One writer <tate«, that Gen. Wool hud urrived at Monelova, from which he waa ordered lo send a detachment to Chihuahua, and join General Taylor wilh the remainder at Monterey. An express from Gen. Wool reached General Tuylor on tbe 261h uit., informing hi... thai he had fifty duys' subsistence, and wa. within six days' march of Monclova. The strength of the forces of llm United Slate. at Monterey does not exceed five thouaand men, and the whole number of troops, from the mouth or tbe Rio Grande to Monterey, thirteen thousand. It will require five thousand men to garrison Ihe towns already taken, and General Taylor thinks it would be injudicious to leave Monterey for Ban I.via Potosi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

Ma or. in a, Pami.or Stove.—One year ngu we solicited the attention of our renders to Prouty & Mears' Arnott Stove, for ibe parlor. We had tried it, and found il much the best we hud ever used. But wa cannot now say as much for iho " Arnott,** for those enterprising and ingoninti-. manufacturer* have produced an article this fill, which is belter than the best. Its namo is given above, and a minute description of it may be found in tho advertisement. It is cylindrical in form, like ihe other, but is much more richly ornamented, tasteful castiNg*-*: being used where before w;u only Huirtia iron. But the grand features of llm Madeira stove are, its economy, not more than a ton and a half of coal being needed for the season ; its great power of radiation in proportion lo Ihe surface ; tho ease wilh which il is tended, ns it nerd* replenishing but once or twice in twenty-four hours ; its arrangement for regulating thi; beat with precision ; its entire freedom from eases ond ...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

POLICE REPORT. Deputy Marshal Jones complained of Thomat Jkfc-tVuA-r, lor being a common drunkard, was sent to the 110u.,1 of Correction for 90 days. Miss Margaret Turner, lor taking a little too much of llw ardent, was sent lo llw House of Correction for _0 days. Officer Jones, of Ward 8, proceeded lo Alliany and pounced upon one Jtihn Burnett, (a Krendiinan,) for being one of llw gnng concerned in breaking and entering tlie shops of Sawlell It Atwell, nnd Walter M. Allen, on the night of tlie 12lh of October last. Burnett wa, examined before Justice Man uit, ami ordered to recognize in llw sum of $300, for his appearance at the C C. P. Term, and in default was committed. Officer Jones's eye-sight may be rather dint, but he retain, hi, senso of smell |icrfeclly, in order to snit-ll n I'rcnclunaii from the cily of Cambridgo to the cily of Allutny, a distance of over 200 miles.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

The Rev. John F. W. Wore will enter upon the duties of pastor of the Unitarian Church and Society in the Cambridgeport Parish, on the next Sabbath. An appropriate sermon will be preached in the morning, hy Rev. George Putnam, D. I). Th -i installing prayer will bo offered by Ihe Rev. James Walker, D. D. The afternoon services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Ware. There will be a service in the evening, to commence at seven o'clock, sermon hy Rev. Dr. Gaunett. h-T* Wo would call Ihe altention of our readers to lha Grund Exhibition of Cloths, Cassimereri, and Ready Madu Clothing, at Qumcy Hall, Boston. The display of goods in the large and spacious hall over tho Market ia, we think, greater than any hefaro made ut iho MUM place. Here, too, tho one price system ia strictly adhered to, nnd any one can see for himself the price of the article he is purchasing in plain black uud whit*. Deulera in nothing nre inviled to call ut John Simmon* & Co.'a, up over Quincy Market, Boston....

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

MARRIAGES. In this city, on Friday evening last, by the Rev, Mr. Clark, Mr. Lewis Shaw to Miss Almira R Esbrooks. In Marion, Ala. 14th Oct. Rev. J. Lewis Shuck, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Canton, China, to Miss Eliza G. Sexton, late Teacher in the Judson Female Institute, and second daughter of S. W. Sexton, formerly of Philadelphia.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

DEATHS. In this city, on the 21st inst, Mr Eliphalet Sargent, aged 43. In this city, 18th inst, of consumption, Mr. Thomas D. Burke, 38. In this city, 18th inst, Samuel Peirce, 44. In this city, 22d inst, Henrietta E. Kimball, 2 mo. 26 days. In Watertown, 11th inst. Miss Mary Stearns, 69. In Millbury, on Moniday morning. Mrs. Nancy B. King, wife of Rev. D. S. King, of Boston.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

JOHN PEAK* FU-XERAL UNDERTAKER, Hißte Street, in MM ul* the Universalis! Church, Ward 11. CUtFINS rURMHUED AT HIIUMT NOTICB- V mH HIIKKS. Our lo! mi— of Iho.. rti-ap *S I.in. n Itilkfs , ju-l rer'd nl F. A. *G F. MAMMAIT'S, Main ..[eel, C.nihridteport, . few doors east of Norfolk .tr.-et. aov 2b Ft. A \ "VKIJS.-Flni la of ever, wi.ltti and quality, ma, ... found .. very tow pm-—. .1 f. A. & 0. ,- I,AMMATT*B. nov!* An-OLA SHIRT, iii'l) OKAVVERS-For sale ...» low, at ". A a ... F. HAMMATT-8. n X HOSIER V.—l-adlra' .-.timers, I.anil..' Wool, CashBan, Simmy, Mrrino ami t'ollnii .tone, all rolors(;i'nra ..allilia- Wool, Merino. Vilnius, Cotton and Woolen llnll Rasa, tor .all- low, al F. A. A O. F. HAMMATT-S, Main .trrrt, Camnrtdsrport. nov J., ItniES* GUIVES. A run, quality-Alan, Ho)'. Wia.ten Millrna, ju.l reed in F. A A ... F lIAMMATt-V, Main street, U.mhrl.leejiort, a lew doors e»«t ol Nnrlolk street, nov 26 TO BE LET A small Iton.i- on .'iiliiiiiliia street.Rent*Bt per an...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

Auction Sales. Ft KNIH RK AT AUCTION. ()N SATURDAY next.the 28:h inst.,at 2 o'clock, P. M., will be cold by Public Auction, ut Douglass' Block, near the Cambridge Bank, Cambridgeport, Ihe following articles of Furniture, via.: Uedsleadt; one Hair anil Palm Leaf Mai trass; Chairs; Tablet; one ('lock, warranted; one Cooking Store, with all the apparatus; two Improved Air Tight Stoves, Ruttia Found; Tubs, lie., lie., with many other articles. Also—one Mahogany Counter, with Draws; one Glass Case Writing Desk and Bench. F. MANSON, Auctioneer. Cambridgeport, Not, 28, 1846. GCARDIA.VS SALE OF REAL ESTATE* By virtue of a license of the Court of Piubate for the County of Suffolk, there will be sold ou the premises, by Public Auction, on FItIDAY, the 11th day , of December next, at 3 o'clock, P. M., npWO UNDIVIDED I.U.IITH PARTS OF A * LOT OF LAND, situated in West street, in lhat pari of Cambridge, called CambridgerM.rt, hounded and measuring us follows:—Southerly on West street fifty-nine ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

ON ACCOUNT OF TIIK REBUILDING < OF "OAK HAT.It," TIIK SSDOt OF READY MADE CLOTHING AND— I FURNISHING GOODS, | wiu. in: j CLOSED UP VERY CHEAP, AND AT URKAT HACRIFtCE. WHOLESALE TRADERS | SHOULD LOOK TO THIS PRIAIOLS TO MAKING THEIR PUKCHAHI'ti. ENTRANCE; 38 ANN STREET, NEAKI.Y OI'FOBITK MERCHANT'S ROW, IM IS TO V. iC-u 5_ THE LOWELL MI'TI'AL FIRE lASLRANCK COMPANY. WILLIAM L. WHITM.V, Aubnt, For tlie City of Caiubiidgc and vicinity. Cambridge, July 2, iMfi. fini WILLIAM lIOVKY, Jr. ' A* tut for ihr Static Muliinl Fir*- luaitrnnrc Couipiiui. Offlce, Main Street, Ward a. * ft, ll LAND Hl' XV ffljnU THE subscriber offers bis services to tlie citizens nl CambriiUc snd vicinity, as UM) rMUVKYOIt ■ ami would respecHiilly solicit employment, riiitisi actor) ■reference, will he given. Orders Ml st the Chronicle office, or ul I In* house ol'A. (■' Tounky, IC ml, on ihe Westerly mi It: vt JYarl, betweei, Fran k lin nnd Aubuni streets, directed to tut*, will mcci with prompt atteuti...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

ORAM© EXHIBITION . -opCLOTHS, CASSIMERES, ANDRKADY MADE CLOTHING! AT—QUINCY HALL spills IM.MKNUE STOCK OK FALL AND WINTER -■- l.noila i. now i.fli-rtil li.r iiiaiiiTliini, .iirpaaatllfi any K.\,iiiu..:i ol I I.UTIIM. t.'AHiIMr.HEH, VEHTINGH, ami READ, MAUK < 1.11T.11N0, rv„r i.tlirul in llii.rili, 111 '■".Ti I .'''.'.!/'. 1 .".'. 1 ." v -■'-"■"-.V "I a.,1-- aud Hiil.h. aud at unr.Tallrd SIMMONS & CO. Deteriiiiiie.l to clear out their eld stink, lo muke room tor lull iuip..riiitn.i s, bars iio.rk.ti il,»- mm dnv.., to meet ihe mnrkel. and tin lr torn or natron* and lbs pi.Wi.* win find ilie imcet so. ti r» "ill glvs mine sat islac lion, und remiuieraie Hi,'in lor walking down town. ONE PR ICEI -ttricf ty adhered to, niitt goods e\rhn!iicd if they do no| suit, |IvJBO a pet sun not acijiiHiiilcd with Ihe precise value of nn article, the same advuiltHge an the most experienced innlt»limn. OCR CCSTOM WORK needs no com meitl. We eunraiilee as good FITS and work it*,...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

POETRY. A WORLD OF LOVE AtatßMß* The earth huth troaaorea fair and bright, Deep buried in her ravofg And iM»sJ-ioarti many a gam, Wilh its blue curling waves; Yet not wiihiu Vr bote* dark,| Or iieaih bar dashing foam, Lives lliere n treasure equalling A world uf lovo ut home. True s telling h*.p|ituci-s nud joy Are vi it with gold allied— INor can it yield a ple-.*tne like jft itt'ii) fireside. I envy not ihe roan xvhn dwells Unll or dome, If, with hia t-ptcndoi, lie bulb not A world uf lofO hi liuim-.^ The friends whom iblM lias proved sincere, Tin ttiuy iilo.m ihii brills A sure relief lv hearta that drop 'Neath sorrow's heavy wing. Though care nud trouble may lie mine, As down life's |..uli I ruiun, I'll heed tlii'in nut while •'till I liave A wurld nf love at liuinc.

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THE PARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

THE PARMER. The Fanner sit hi Wo* easy chair, Smokiiii; bis pipe uf clay, While, bis bale uld wile, willi busy care. Was clearing tin* dinner away. A sweet little tirirl, wirh line blue eyes, Od her grand -•a-, knees was OBfcMng iUvo, The old inaa placed hia Iran I on her bead, Willi a leaf uu his wrinkled lace. He thought how often bar mother dead Had sat nn the self same place. As the tear st.de down from his hall shut eye, m Don't smoke," s.ii.l the eli.U, " huvv it makes yon cry." Tlie himofl ling lav ai retched mil un the floor, Where ihe stii. after noon, used lv steal. The Imisv "Id wife by ihe open door. Was turning ihe spiiumii* whrc.— *v I ihe ul 1 brass "duck oil the mantle tree, 11,nl plodded along lv ahnusl lluee. Still the farmer sat in his 00-7 -'hair, Wheel close lv bis heaving breast, Tl.e nioislei.ed brow and the head so fair, Ol Iris a wool grand child weie*prcssi:d ! ■Ul head," limit tlown, on her soft hair lay — Fast asleep were th-y b,tli on that/iiiniut'i^lay....

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MISCELLANY. A RAILROAD INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

MISCELLANY. A RAILROAD INCIDENT. There* nothing like an obliging ilispi.-.ilion, 1 ! i >ughl to myself one ihty when travelling iv it ruil- . id cur from tlnston to WofOMlor. seeing a tenI i nan put himself to considerable trouble to land t tocher gentleman, who had fulleu asleep. ut his \ . stmalion. '*■ nUeeniert for Neetlham !" cried not the conbider—" ihe car stop* but one minute." '•Hollo." exclaimed v young in.in in apectae.lea, at the -.-11110 time seizing, an old guutleman by the -i mlders who w.ia sleeping very soundly - " here's iplain Holme* fnal asleep, nud On* is Needhitm, v iore bl live*. Come, get up, Cuptuiti Holmes, ire you ure. I'he gentleman nt) up on hi* feet nnd began to j . il> his eyes, but thu young tiiiin forced him along ■ the door of tbe ear, nud gently landed him on nt rorid side, Win/, went the steam and wo beuto fly again. The obliging young man took Uit seat Mgam, mid Bft2d withu good deal nf MitUf.M'lin to ■omebody near him, " We...

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THE CROWNED HEADS OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

THE CROWNED HEADS OF EUROPE. BY DR. BAIRD. Fight of the twenty monarch* aro Protestants ; nine are Unman Cutholico; two aro of the Greek church, and one is v Mtthumcduu. Those belonging to iho Greek church ate ihe emperor uf Kussu and the king of Greece, r'our of them ure men of irreproachable character*. Many of them ure us re-peclablo as our public men whom we delight to honor. The queen* aro all of spotless churuc- ■ ter, which could nut have been aaid uf former times. ! The king of Prussia ia a decidedly pious man. : Several of thu queens are true Christians, as I 'think, and among theso is tho queen of France. Shu rend* iimuy religious book-*. * Aa to talent, j Louis Philippe, king uf the French, tiro king of ] PrBOOM and the emperor of llussia, are admitted to , j rank first, and l>ouis Philippe aland* pre-eminently | above ull. Ho whs educated ut a French esfwpi MMM many yearn in foreign lands, and then sixteen in quietly pursuim hi* atudie*. Talleyrand aaid hn hud...

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